The global economic collapse still hasn't happened...

Discussion in 'Markets & Economies' started by TreasureHunter, Aug 14, 2016.

  1. JOHNLGALT

    JOHNLGALT Well-Known Member

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    When it happens, we will know that people on SilverStackers website are some of the best informed & will have their @$$E$ covered with gold.
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    willrocks Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Ezekiel 7:19 - They will throw their silver into the streets, and their gold will be treated as a thing unclean. Their silver and gold will not be able to deliver them in the day of the LORD's wrath. It will not satisfy their hunger or fill their stomachs, for it has caused them to stumble into sin.
     
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    Too true.


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    I like this one from Nostradamus.

    C8 Q28:
    The copies of gold and silver inflated
    which after the theft were thrown into the lake,
    at the discovery that all is exhausted and dissipated
    All scrips and bonds will be wiped out.

    Since this was written in the 1500s seems like how a "seer" would describe what he saw in modern day finances "copies of gold and silver INFLATED". Nostradamus used a form of "scrying" to see his visions.
     
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    Matthew 2:11

    And going into the house, they saw the child with Mary his mother, and they fell down and worshiped him. Then, opening their treasures, they offered him gifts, gold and frankincense and myrrh.

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    Well, if gold is good enough for the baby Jesus, then it's good enough for me.
     
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    "they offered him gifts, gold and frankincense and myrrh."

    I'm getting that old, Oddie that my Frigginsense has gone & my mirth has long since left me, so, I'll just keep stacking Silver & Gold.
     
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    Any time we doubt the wealth storage capacity of gold and silver, just go back and take a look at historical graphs check those highs out.

    Gold and silver is real money, everything else is credit.
     
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    You're right, "dart throwing" :D Not to mention obscene teenager language.

    Yes, the Guns, Gold and a Getaway Plan sounds great :) But he's right: if you were from Venezuela, Greece... wouldn't you want to get away?

    What I could sum up about Celente:

    1. PAPAGALLO:

    Gerald Celente keeps repeating himself. I remember him saying that his father once told him "papagallo" (parrot in Italian), because instead of thinking for himself, he keeps repeating things that others say.

    It looks like he's still "papagallo" today, because he's repeating a few ideas over and over again.

    I'm stunned how many TV shows invite him again and again. He keeps saying the same things again and again. Papagallo!

    And he's quite ill-informed, especially about certain countries. Countless factual misunderstandings (his sources are to blame, though).


    2. BANDWAGON PREDICTIONS:

    Yes, he predicts a crisis each year. And I don't know how he can keep up with the same enthusiasm and typical "Italian fire". :D

    I love Italians, don't get me wrong!

    He is poor in originality. 90 % of his bandwagon speech has already been said (back in 2012... 2014... 2017...)... by him!


    Schiff is great, he's like an avalanche of arguments. Very detailed analyses. He too can keep the "fire" up and runnin'. :D
    Bought some of Schiff's books.

    But his voice is so abrasive and exhausting to listen to.

    The most pleasant soft voice to listen to is James Rickards. But he seems too flat serious.

    So a combination of the three will get you entertained and (quite) informed :D

    Marc Faber is original with great vision, pleasant to listen to.

    Jim Rogers seems stuck somewhere in 2008. Read one of his books, but now he bores me down. I don't know it it's age or what he's (not been) doing, but he doesn't have much clue about the latest trends in the world. Lacks depth.
     
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    Yes, he has great ideas and perspectives. His accent works well also. He sounds like a wise uncle.
     
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    I like Faber's originality. And his Swiss seriousness.

    Ich kann Deutsch auch sehr gut verstehen und oftmals höre ich ihn an wenn er auf Deutsch spricht. ;)
     
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    dirt and dog tursd are real money as well
     
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    Remind me never to sell you any honey.
     
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    Some of those guys have been right for years, love them or hate them. Jealousy doesnt help.
    One thing they are all right about, trump is a banker boy sellout same as the rest. It's funny the despised experts can see it so easily but average citizens are so easily fooled by his words.
    Same path from the great white Obama installed from the right.
     
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    I’m back in the Jim Rogers camp when it comes to his political commentary. I don’t listen to any commentary about gold that is not market based.

    Rogers rightly points out that the continual geo-political turmoil is creating instability in the financial world. There are tipping points for some countries that could spell the end of any good times for them eg the UK with oil and Scotland, whilst other countries have a bleak, unavoidable future eg Japan and it’s continuous recession and declining birth rates.

    That’s 2 of the most powerful democracies under threat.
     
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    Jim Rogers is pro-China. He wanted to move to China (when the Chinese elites themselves are all trying to get their families out of China) and found out that it is too polluted to stay so he move to Singapore instead but found out that Singapore is multi-racial South East Asian and not China. He might as well move to Melbourne.

    Back in 2018, Jim Rogers is in the sub-$1000 gold camp. He doesn’t talk much about that in his recent interviews.
     
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    He’s more bullish on Russia and Nth Korea now.

    Edit to add: Melbourne is too full of commies
     
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    I'm also bullish on Nth Korea, I think it can go far with the western educated young kim. I've said that for Asia to reform, the old must lose power, but for Nth Korea, they got it quicker.

    Edit: Jim is smart, moving on to greener pasture quicker than anyone. Perhaps he will move to Seoul?
     
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    Edit: Jim is smart, moving on to greener pasture quicker than anyone. Perhaps he will move to Seoul?

    Yes, I hear he had his daughter learn Chinese, because he could see the writing on the wall - U.S. economic dominance faltering, via the FAKE (make believe MONEY)............. _JLG.
     
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    @sgbuyer says "Back in 2018, Jim Rogers is in the sub-$1000 gold camp. He doesn’t talk much about that in his recent interviews".
    I'm presuming you mean sub-$1,000 USD. with one of them little (,) thingies that we use to mark a thousand of something.
    Maybe he realised that the world is now moving from a DE-flationary scenario, to an IN-flationary one, hence, - he has gone for the BIG NUMBERS.
    Example of IN-flationary numbers.
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